Specifying Dynamic Software Architectures with Dynamic Description Logic

@article{Zhao2012SpecifyingDS,
  title={Specifying Dynamic Software Architectures with Dynamic Description Logic},
  author={Zhikun Zhao and Wei Li},
  journal={JSW},
  year={2012},
  volume={7},
  pages={169-175}
}
Dynamic software architectures provide support for building long running and reconfigurable applications. Formal specification is useful to the design of correct and robust dynamic software architectures. In this paper, dynamic software architectures are specified with dynamic description logic. Dynamic description logic inherits the expressiveness and decidability of description logic and it has the ability to represent state changes. Reconfigurable dataflow model, which is an extension of the… CONTINUE READING

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